Here we give you a snapshot of some of what the Priests for Life family of ministries is doing in these days. We thank you for your support and invite you to get to know us better!!

Fr. Frank has been preparing for a national strategy session with prolife leaders, to take place in conjunction with the dedication of the new Priests for Life headquarters this Spring. Priests for Life has arranged these strategy sessions in the past as well and they have led to increased understanding and collaboration between national prolife groups.

Fr. Frank is also meeting with leaders at the Council for National Policy meeting in these days, along with our Executive Director Janet Morana. The presence of Priests for Life at these meetings helps to keep leading religious, political and business leaders in the conservative movement up to date on developments in the effort to restore protection to children in the womb.

Our Executive DIrector Janet Morana has been promoting her new book Shockwaves: Abortion’s Wider Circle of Victims. Copies are now available at

Bob Lalonde, who coordinates our international activities, was at the United Nations in New York again this week (February 5 – 7) for the remaining days of the Commission on Social Development (CoSD56) organized with the theme “strategies for eradicating poverty to achieve sustainable development for all”.  We participated in formal meetings and side events, including those sponsored by the Holy See, and promoting our written statement that no member of the human family should be “stripped of human dignity and denied their most basic right — the right to life — through policies that allow individuals to be marginalized and treated as a problem and their extinction considered an acceptable strategy for poverty eradication. Our complete statement—E/CN.5/2018/NGO/59—can be found on the Commission’s website in English | Français | Español and is also posted here.

Fr. Stephen Imbarrato is working on the development of our "Missionaries of the Gospel of Life" training program in pro-life spirituality and our Eucharistic Procession for Life project. He also does his Facebook live at 9 am ET daily.

Evangelist Alveda King and Civil Rights for the Unborn (CRU) celebrating Black History Month and promoting sanctity of life with speaking events in Titusville, FL, Washington, DC, Oklahoma and West Virginia. Alveda was recently appointed by President Trump to the Frederick Douglass Commission. Her new book, KING TRUTHS, is available at

On February 9-10, 2018, our fulltime pastoral team member Dr. Theresa Burke, Founder of Rachel's Vineyard held a Clinical Training in Houston, TX. She spoke with 50 professionals about the need for Post-Abortion Healing. 

Priests for Life Pastoral Associate Kevin Burke was a guest on the Teresa Tomeo’s radio show “Catholic Connection.”  Kevin shared about his book “Tears of the Fisherman” on men and abortion loss.  You can listen to the radio show here.

Kevin started a Facebook Live Series on celebrities who have been involved in abortion and the impact on their lives:

Members of two super-groups of the 1970’s shared an abortion loss.  Learn the connection to the haunting Stevie Nicks/Fleetwood Mac song, “Sara.”  (This FB live video by Kevin had close to 9000 views.)

 The Outsider: The Abortion Story of Tennis Pros Jimmy Connors and Chris Evert (4.5 thousand views.)

Fr. Frank, Janet Morana and Mark Valonzo have been overseeing the training of new staff hired at our new, expanded Florida headquarters. We still have job openings! You can see them at Please spread the word.

We continue to promote our action alerts at

Both Fr. Frank Pavone and Fr. Stephen Imbarrato continue to produce daily Facebook live videos. Be sure to tune in and share them!

Our team continues to write op-eds being published in a variety of publications. See the most recent and the entire list here.

In the arena of media, Fr. Frank and Janet Morana continue to be on Teresa Tomeo's Catholic Connection weekly. Our radio show, The Gospel of Life on Radio Maria airs every Tuesday night at 6pm ET. Meanwhile, Defending Life and The Catholic View for Women programs continue to air regularly on EWTN and we continue to promote them vigorously.